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Bombed Mosul bridge still lifeline for long-suffering civilians
By Stephen Kalin MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - The rubble of a bridge blown up by Islamic State in Mosul to block advancing Iraqi forces has become a lifeline for civilians as more and more of the northern city breaks loose from the grip of the ultra-hardline militants. Lumbering over ladders and pipes, civilians crawl onto the span of the bridge, which has collapsed into the murky water, and shimmy up the opposite bank along a dirt path. "The ones who left are returning, and those who are leaving now are coming from ... neighborhoods where there are currently clashes." He said he expected the latest evacuees to return in a day or two as Iraqi forces pushed further west.
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